The Nets, whether they trade for Dwight Howard or keep Brook Lopez, will need a back-up center. Shelden Williams may be headed to Orlando in the Howard deal and it's uncertain if the Nets would bring him back. However, they won't be getting Marcus Camby, who the Rockets sent to the Knicks Monday night in a sign-and-trade.
The Knicks send Toney Douglas, Josh Harrelson and Jerome Jordan to Houston, along with second rounders in 2014 and 2015 and cash considerations for the 38-year-old Camby, who played for them during their 1999 NBA Finals run. Camby's three-year, $13 million deal is partially guaranteed for third year, writes David Aldridge. So it will be either two years at $10 million or three at $13 million.
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